Western Kitchen Decor

Browse ideas for western kitchen decor, and get ready to add classic, warm and welcoming western elements to your kitchen space.

Adobe Style Kitchen

Charming Southwestern Style Kitchen

If you're contemplating a kitchen remodel or getting ready to install a brand new kitchen, and your tastes are in the "down-on-the-range" range, you may want to explore the bountiful options available for western kitchen decor.

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Yellow and Green Country Kitchen

Blue Coastal Kitchen

Multicolored Arts-and-Crafts Kitchen

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Green and Brown Arts-and-Crafts Kitchen

Creamy White Country Kitchen

Yellow and Green Country Kitchen

Mixed-Color Mediterranean Kitchen

Transitional Stainless Steel Kitchen

Black and Brown Traditional Kitchen

Brown Wood Old-World Kitchen

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Neutral Traditional Kitchen With Island

Gibbs Smith, Farrow and Ball, Brian D Coleman, Edward Addeo (photographer) Photo Credit: Edward Addeo View original photo.

Mixed-Color Tuscan Kitchen

Cherry and Emerald Modern Zen Kitchen

Black Contemporary Kitchen With Island

Brown and Neutral Tuscan Country Kitchen

Neutral and Brown Contemporary Kitchen

Gray Mediterranean Kitchen

Cherry and White Traditional Kitchen

Red Modern Kitchen

Green Transitional Kitchen

Brown Kitchen With Contemporary and Rustic Elements

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Arts and Crafts Kitchen With Yellow Cabinets

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Abe Jerome

Neutral and Blue Rustic Kitchen

Copper and Cherry Kips Bay Kitchen

Neutral Contemporary Kitchen With Vaulted Ceiling

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Contemporary Kitchen With Island

Blue Rustic Kitchen

Brown Modern Kitchen and Dining Room

White Arts-and-Crafts Kitchen

White Cottage Kitchen With Reclaimed Wood

Brown Old-World Kitchen

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Brown Transitional Kitchen

Black-and-White Transitional Kitchen

White Traditional Kitchen

White Cottage Kitchen

White & Gray Country Kitchen

White Contemporary Kitchen

Red Contemporary Kitchen

Neutral Contemporary Kitchen

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White Contemporary Kitchen

Brown Traditional Kitchen

Turquoise Transitional Kitchen

White and Gray Modern Kitchen

Beige Eclectic Kitchen

Turquoise Tropical Galley Kitchen

Gibbs Smith, Barry Dixon Interiors, Brian D Coleman, Edward Addeo (photographer) Photo Credit: Edward Addeo View original photo.

White Traditional Kitchen

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Ben Herzog

White and Red Traditional Kitchen

White Traditional Kitchen With Island

Green and White Modern Kitchen

Brown and White Traditional Kitchen

Neutral Contemporary Kitchen

White Country Kitchen

Black-and-White Modern Kitchen

Beige Transitional Kitchen

Beige Old-World Kitchen

Brown & Gray Modern Kitchen

Neutral Contemporary Kitchen

Mixed-Color Contemporary Kitchen

Transitional White Kitchen

Beige Eclectic Kitchen

White Contemporary Galley Kitchen

White Traditional Kitchen With Island Seating

White Contemporary Kitchen

White and Stainless Steel Modern Kitchen

Neutral Modern Kitchen

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Yellow Transitional Kitchen

White Transitional Kitchen

Black-and-White Transitional Kitchen

White Traditional Kitchen

White Open Contemporary Kitchen

White and Gray Transitional Kitchen

White Transitional Kitchen

White Traditional Kitchen

White Traditional Kitchen

White Contemporary Kitchen

White Contemporary Kitchen

Transitional Kitchen With Wood, Stainless & Marble

Neutral Contemporary Kitchen

Neutral Contemporary Kitchen

Brown Contemporary Kitchen

Brown and White Traditional Kitchen

White & Gray Kitchen With Farmhouse Table

Neutral Old-World Kitchen With Island

White Contemporary Shaker Kitchen

Contemporary Kitchen With Warm Wood Tones

Brown and White Contemporary Kitchen

Warm, White Traditional Kitchen

Neutral Contemporary Kitchen With Island

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Gioi Tran

Cool Gray Contemporary Kitchen

Urban Kitchen With Green Tile and Light Wood

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Ben Herzog

Neutral Contemporary Kitchen

Espresso and Stainless Contemporary Kitchen

White Traditional Kitchen

Brown Transitional Kitchen With Tile Backsplash

Green and Brown Contemporary Kitchen

Andrew Bruah View original photo.

White Transitional Kitchen

White Contemporary Kitchen

Neutral Transitional Kitchen With Island

White Townhome Kitchen

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Ben Herzog

From rustic flourishes to western-themed artwork, creating a warm and welcoming (and maybe just a little bit wild) kitchen design is well within your reach.

Western-themed kitchens often incorporate regional decor into their designs, reflecting a particular geography of the sprawling American West, or even suggesting a particular historical period. Southwestern-style kitchens, for example, often start with the burnt oranges and terracotta tiles familiar in places like Arizona and New Mexico. This style often combines the history and culture of these western states with those of Mexico for a stylish melange that's as much about cuisine, weather and desert living as it is about particular hues and textures.

Similarly, decor that's inspired by the western mountain states often reflects the natural grandeur and hardiness of the culture there. Raw, unfinished wood, fur throws and trimmings on cushions and seating and accessories like wood stoves all speak to a cabin culture used to weathering winters in anticipation of spectacular springs.

Artwork is often a feature of western-style kitchen decor, from wall paintings and prints to colorful murals and backsplashes in terracotta or mosaic tile. Themes often build on the history of life in the west, from cowboys on lonesome cattle drives to the historical interactions between Native Americans and settlers. Nature is a common theme in classical western art as well, with the west's historical residents — no longer indigenous but forever immortalized — commonly depicted in the form of wild horses, wolves, bears and cougars.

Nature tends to spring up everywhere in western-themed kitchens, via furniture, artwork, ceilings or surfaces. Exposed wood beams are a common touch for ceilings. Furniture may be hand-carved from local woods, with cedar and knotty pine among the more popular choices. Countertops and floors are often matte as opposed to glossy. They're usually found in natural materials like stone and granite, grounding the western theme with a substantial and practical feel. Cabinets are also often constructed from sturdy, solid local wood choices and left unfinished to show off their natural grain and knotting.

Whether your goals are to create a sun-baked color scheme of rusty reds and deep yellows, to deploy a collection of artistic decor flourishes, or to add subtle stylistic elements like monogramming, choosing a western kitchen theme will give you the opportunity to create a kitchen design that's both visually and historically interesting.

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